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|02-26-2016 03:42 AM||
Holdfasts are the cat's meow - 0 replies
I posted a video on using holdfasts for those unfamiliar with their use. Holdfasts Video I tried to embed the video but the software is obtuse in this area.
|09-14-2015 03:07 AM||
WIP - Cherry Bedside Tables - 10 replies
Ready for final sanding, oil, and hardware. A neat example of the effect of oil and age on cherry. The dark piece was from the same batch of cherry and was finished with BLO about 6 months ago.
|09-09-2015 02:00 PM||
Here’s how I make half-blind DT’s without a jig. It is based on a 3/4” thick drawer front and 1/2” thick drawer side. This method can be modified to suit any configuration you want. It starts with a template made from 1/4” plywood as shown. The depth of the template openings are fine tuned to accommodate the 1/2&...
|04-19-2015 03:02 AM||
1979 DeWalt 14" Radial Arm Saw Tour - 7 replies
Made a video describing my new bada$$ radial arm saw. Video Link
|01-12-2015 02:59 AM||
Drill Press VFD Modification - 0 replies
I added a variable speed drive to my drill press and did a video summary. Drill Press VFD
|10-20-2014 01:28 AM||
Question for Laguna 1412 Bandsaw owners - 7 replies
I am considering purchasing this bandsaw. I am not really unhappy with what I have. It is a 1970’s Rockwell-Delta 14” with riser block, 1 HP motor, Kreg fence. It does everything I want it to, but this new Laguna looks sweet. Has anyone else made the transition from a standard 14” with riser to the Laguna? What was the bigg...
|11-15-2012 03:48 PM||
SawStop Aftermarket Insert Concerns - 3 replies
Hi All, I purchased the aftermarket aluminum SawStop insert from Infinity Tools. It is the one where you use replaceable strips for different widths of blades or dados instead of using a whole new insert for each. Great idea, however having taken a test drive last night I have some concerns about the safety of this product. I tried using t...
|11-08-2012 05:21 PM||
DC Dust Deputy Marriage - 7 replies
I wanted to incorporate an Oneida Super Dust Deputy into my system but also wanted to reduce the footprint. I disassembled the DC, and rotated the blower 90 degrees. This required a transition piece that my welder buddy made from scrap 1/8” steel. You could use hose as well, but the spool piece is skookum. The large duct between...
|09-11-2012 01:44 PM||
Any user experience from anyone? I have only found one user review on the net, but it was very favorable, comparing it as equivalent or better than Forrest WW II.
|04-04-2012 02:47 PM||
Thein Dust separator for Dust Collector - 5 replies
Any users out there? Did you make one that fits into the bucket or as a top hat on top of the bucket? How well did it work as compared to just using the inlet/outlet piping? How much do you think it cuts down on suction? Thanks